A look into the reasons behind the Canadian Senate launching so much legislation undermining the rights of Indigenous peoples
The movement’s paid scant attention to the part provinces have played in perpetuating the challenges faced by Indigenous communities. That must change.
What this new wave of communal resistance among Canada’s First Nations have in common with demonstrations during the height of South African apartheid
Complete the following sentence: “Idle No More has…”
Earlier this week, from Goose Bay to Yellowknife, thousands of Nehiyaw, Dene, Metis peoples (joined by Canadians supportive of them) gathered in front of provincial legislatures, constituency and Aboriginal Affairs offices. They sang honour songs, danced jigs, and waved their flags and homemade protest signs out in the cold and the wind. This hash-tag movement […]